UW-Oshkosh English Professor Wins International Award For Writing Badly


By Adam Schrager | February 25, 2014

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UW-Oshkosh professor Sue Fondrie spends her time in the classroom teaching future teachers to be strong writers.  So imagine her colleagues’ and students’ surprise when Prof. Fondrie was awarded top honors in an international contest that celebrates terrible writing.  As she said, “It takes effort to be bad… although actually I found it to come fairly easily.”

For more bad writing and to learn about other competition winners visit the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest website

Adam Schrager

Adam Schrager is an Investigative producer and reporter with WISC-TV, the CBS affiliate in Madison.
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